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Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
Juveniles in jordan estimates of the level of educational and social services provided to them at the center of muhammad bin qasim and rehabilitation
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  • 1. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201323Juveniles in Jordan Estimates of the Level of Educational andSocial Services Provided to Them at the Center of MuhammadBin Qasim and RehabilitationAreen Othman ALQudahDepartment of Education, Al Balqa Applied University - Ajloun University CollageAbstractThe study aimed at identifying the caring and rehabilitation services for the juvenile centers in Jordan .Anevaluative study from the perspective of the juvenile themselves through answering the following questions :- What is the evaluation degree of the services presented by juvenile caring and rehabilitation centersfrom their own perspective?- Are there any statistically significant differences in the evaluation degree of the services presented bythe juvenile caring and rehabilitation center from their own perspective attributed to the variableacademic qualification?- Are three any statistically significant differences in the evaluation degree of the services presented bythe juvenile caring and rehabilitation centers from the perspective of the juvenile themselves attributedto the variable of the study?The sample consisted of (36) residents of Mohammed Bin Al-Qasim center for the juvenile caring , reformingand rehabilitation . A questionnaire of (19) items delivered into four domains. The finding showed that thedomain of health caring took the first rank and the recreational caring domain came in the second rank . whereasthe educating caring domain came in the last rank . The findings also indicated no statistically significantdifferences for all domains and the instrument of the study attributed to the academic qualification according tothe estimation of the participants except for the health caring domain was in favor of the estimations of theilliterate ones . There are statistically significant differences between the mean scores of the estimations ofthose of a stay (less than month) from one hand and the mean scores of those of a stay (more than 6 months) infavor of those the stay (more than 6 months).Key words : Juvenile caring and rehabilitation , Juvenile in Jordan , Juvenile services , juvenile rehabilitation.IntroductionThe prisoners and the detainees suffered from isolation and neglecting in the prisons and from being lost in theirpast time. They were considered as unfixable persons and they were isolated from the community to be forgotteneven by their families except for some centers that took care of a small number motivated by sympathy.Whenever some people call for giving those youth juvenile a chance to prove themselves before their community,still they are convicted and might cause a threat for the community. The prisoners from all nationalities ties inspite of their wronged actions and crimes they have hope, expectations and rights as other people Never the lessthis right for them is not really appreciated or being valid in the whole world it is noticed from the real clues andfacts that there is no country all over the rights even in the countries that complain applying the democracy (AlMajjah , 1987). Historically , the Muslim caliphs and leaders took much care of the prisoners That was clear inproviding health and social care for them regardless the criminals they committed expect for themurdering ,robbery ,adultery. Omar bin Al khatab , Abdel Malek bin Marwan and Omar bin Abdel Aziz werereal examples for such Muslim Caliphs and leaders (Abu Amer ,2000). At the beginning of the second half of thetwentieth century ,some people began criticizing the way of caring about the prisoners in general and the youthjuvenile ,in particular those in the reformation institutions and in the rehabilitation centers. Most of them lack ofsuitable caring and service or even being treated as citizens. This perspective has been changed greatly overyears . Instead of keeping those prisoners behind bars without any kind of caring or considering their feeling orprovoking their inside talents ,some people called for the necessity of rehabilitative courses and programs helpthem in gearing their abilities and energy to ward serving the community , Therefore, the concept of prison hasbeen changed in a rehabilitative ,and reforming center ,in addition to having new places for caring about youthjuvenile (Al Shurafi ,1998).
  • 2. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201324The Appearance of Reforming Movements to Call for Enhancing Circumstances of Prisoners and PrisonsWhitely (2004) stated that the social reformers called for fixing up the conditions of prisons , inparticular ,criticized the European prisons and the dirty life for the prisoners in such prisons and the badtreatment they got .He called for rehabilitative reforming. Al Gazwi (1988) transferred from the national centerfor national social and criminal research center in the first conference that was heed by United Nations in (1985)in Geneva –Switzerland ,that rules were published to be- considered the average treatment for such prisoners .Inlight of this conference ,an invitation was given to the member countries and government to work in puttingthose rules in real execution in the punishment institutions. In addition, to treat those prisoners in a reformingand rehabilitative way not punishing or terrifying them .The Reality of Rehabilitative Reforming Centers in JordanThe general security institution conducted field studies for the prison circus trances in Jordan which presentedreal problems in such punishment institutions. Those problems are narrow buildings that do not suit the prisonernumbers , in sufficient administrative team , lack of official areas social roles as offering social andpsychological specialists , lack of following up caring for the prisoner and lack of real rehabilitation(AlMajjali ,1987). Al Majjah (1987) also stated that inspire of the caring of Jordanian prison law about the prisonsand the conditions of those in charge , the basic principles for reforming and rehabilitating were not really takeninto consideration ,in particular ,isolation and classification according to sex age and the serious degree ofcriminality . In addition , there was areal- problem in having special centers for the females even within theinstitution itself . They were put in some rooms of means prison But in (1986) all the class fiction considerationswere applied in the new centers of reforming and rehabilitating.Vocational Rehabilitation Programs and Occupying the PrisonersIt is noticed from the Jordanian law for prisons that its text does not include the special arrangement forvocational rehabilitation . Before (1985) the prisons did not consider the vocational rehabilitation as a pillar forreforming and a limitation for crime in case of need ; there was only the craft of and similar things which didnothing for the prisoners as living after prison .Therefore , after (1985) the general directorate of securityprepared the two reforming centers in Al Juwaidah and Qafqafa in all modern punishment ways (Al Majjali ,1987).Cultural Rehabilitation ProgramsThe administration of reforming and rehabilitating the prisoner works in rehabilitating the prisoners culturallythrough rehabilitative and cultural programs, illiteracy programs, encouraging the prisoners to pass general highschool exam and completing their studies in the community colleges ,in addition, to providing them with alibrary, courses for the talents of poetry ,art and music(algazwi ,1988).Social Caring ProgramsThe prison law text implies the permission for the prisoners to be visited by the family and others .for threedays a week .such visits relief those prisoners but in a way or another humiliate them because of not being ableto touch their children because of the burners.Entertainment and Sport ActivatesSport is considered a way for building up the bodies and make it in good shape . The prisoner should keeppracticing the available sports , such as jogging in fresh air and exercising under the supervision of the prisonadministration(Al shurafi ,1998).Abu Amer(2000) assured that the entertainment and sport exercises , inparticular, jogging in fresh air has a good effect on the prisoner, Therefore, it is necessary to make the places andtools available to achieve this purpose , in addition, to increasing the caring about the prisoners human rights inreforming and rehabilitating centers in Jordan. In such centers , sport halls with suitable equipments and gameswere available such as group games.Problems and Question Of the Study: The problem of the study is in answering the following questions :What is the degree of evaluating the services presented by the centers of rehabilitating and caring about thejuvenile youth from the perspective of the juvenile themselves ?Are there any statistically significant differences in the evaluation degree of the services presented by thecenters of rehabilitating and caring about the juvenile youth from their perspective attributed to the variable ofstay period?Significance of the StudyThe significance of this study is in presenting the services presented by the centers of rehabilitating and caringabout the juvenile youth from their own perspective because they evaluate such services better as they are thebeneficial of the services . This study will make it clear to the officials about the real services of those centers inorder to develop it to suit the needs of prisoners and meet the world standards .In addition, the importance of this
  • 3. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201325study is to support the Arab Library with a new contribution of a topic has never been presented by studies orresearches .Sample Of the StudyThe sample is randomly chosen from Mohamad bin Al Qasam center for rehabilitation and youth juvenile caring .It consisted of (36) participants shown in Table (1) :Table (1) : Distribution of the SampleVariable Level No. Percentage 100%A cadmic qualification Does not read or write 11 30.6Basic stage 25 69.4Total 36 100Period of stay Less than month 7 19.4Month to(6) months 22 61.2More than (6) months 7 19.4Total 36 100Instrument of the Study: The researcher prepared an instrument after reviewing the related literature of M.Athesis and P.h.D. Dissertations and considering the comments of the related official and specialists thequestionnaire consisted of (19) items delivered into four domains(very big , medium ,little ,very little).Limitations of the study: The study was limited to the participants from Mohamad bin Al Qasam center forjuvenile rehabilitation and caring in the Irbid governorate in Jordan. The study was carried out in the secondsemester of the academic year 2010/2011. In addition, the only instrument was the questionnaire of evaluatingthe services presented by the rehabilitation and caring center from the perspective of those participantsthemselves.Definition of TermsJuvenile rehabilitation and caring centers: It is public centers related to the Jordanian general directorate ofsecurity that work for reforming. the convicted persons who were is oxalate for a while in such centers.Youth juvenile: Those are the children of the ago ender eighteen in the rehabilitation and caring centersaccording to the juvenile law rules in Jordan.Interpretative Theories for the Juvenile Deviation phenomenon: Many theories attempted to interpret thephenomenon of juvenile deviance. Those theories are as follows:1.Economic theories :Some researchers in the deviance behavior attempted to be away from the individualinterpretive attitudes for such behavior and went away from the biological genetic and psychological sides. Theydealt with the interpretation that link the deviance behavior with the environmental factors .therefore, theconcern was with the economic reasons as basic human behavior in general and the relation of those reasonswith deviation and deviance behavior in particular since the second half of the nineteenth century. The economicstudies expanded to include different sides of economic reasons (Eyed . 2002) Karl Marx theory was one ofthose economic theories related to criminal or deviance behavior who considered the economic productivesystem for the different life materials govern life procedures socially ,politically and the manners and behaviors,as well Each system of production has its own crimes and deviances .for instance ,the tradesman might cheatand mock others in order to gain more profits . In addition ,having a high rich class and another low and poorone leads to deviance behavior. Riskless assured that the deviance behavior in America start from high levels inpoor classes then move clearly to the lowest level in middle classes and then goes high to rich classes again(Skititka ,1999) .2 . The social theories: also that consider the social interpretation of the deviance behavior . The social attitudeconsider two general frame work for interpreting the deviance behavior in the community .The first discussesthe deviance as a subjective production . This kind is connected with the environmental social pressure that pressan the individuals behaviors and push them to commit deviance behaviors as asocial disease type affecting thesocial structure . This concept is related to the social collapsing down theories , ecological and the deviancebranch cultural theory for Albert ,Cotien, Miller and others (Irfaifeh , 2002) .The second is the devianceinterpretation as the production of self interpretation , such as the prefer able mixture theories in imitation ,thesocial situation theories , the social deviance the Ories ,Herch the ories ,Reckless the ories and others about theself- pressure (Skititka ,1999)."Therefore the ,There are also the theories that consider the perfect or total
  • 4. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201326interpretation for the behavior deviance which attributed each attitude of the previous attitudes of behaviordeviance to one category of the factors. Those are different according to the attitude name where realityconsiders the shortage of those attitudes in reaching the complete fact could not interpret the behavior deviancebased on one of those factors . there for the perfect attitude appeared in interpreting the criminal and deviancebehavior . In addition the coming back of such deviance is resulted from the interaction of a big number ofvariant factors together (Fagon ,1993).The scientist Bert is a pioneer of this attitude who also considered theperfect attitude in interpreting the criminal or the deviance behavior , in addition to the coming back of devianceresulted from the interaction of multi different factors together . Bert studied (200) juvenile in Britain accordingto the scientific experimental and statistical of the origins . The findings showed more than (60) factors for thedeviance .four or five factors appear in each individual deviance case .The finding of his study were in harmonywith other studies in sociology which assured the many perfect factors that lead to criminality or deviance(Ternn ,2004).Biological factor : It is the genetic readiness or the gland and neurological disorder ,the physicaldisabilities. mental factor .It is the weakness of intelligence .religious ,psychological and emotional factors.These are resulted from lack of meeting the psychological and spiritual needs of the individual . social ,economic and cultural factors .Those are as the economic weak level of the individual , bad company and thebad effect of mass media. This attitude has collected helping factors for the behavior deviance.Related studies : The researcher reviewed all related studies that dealt with youth juvenile deviance .and chosethe following studies .Gloom (2005) conducted a study about caring the deviance juvenile youth in the Arab gulf countries. It dealtwith the phenomenon of this deviance its reasons and the treatment methods by depending on official data andinformation and through treating this phenomenon from are goal comparative perspective . Those were in sixdomains juvenile deviance phenomenon in the gulf countries , data and indications about youth juvenile caring ingulf countries , private institutions of caring about juvenile in gulf countries , research methods and itsapplications in the juvenile institutions . the finding showed a number of institutions and areas caring about thejuvenile deviances. Al Mansouri (2005) also conducted a study about assessing the effectiveness ofpsychological caring in the juvenile deviance institutions in UAE from the perspective of the workers the youthjuvenile and their parents . The study aimed at assessing the psychological caring in the juvenile deviancecenters. The sample consisted of (90) workers and (364) juvenile . The findings indicated the necessity forconducting studies about the psychological caring and employing social and psychological , specialist. Inaddition to classifying the juvenile youth according to the crime and age . in addition developed behaviormodification ,activating the following caring and caring about prevention in youth juvenile caring.Zaytoon( 2008) conducted another study about the effectiveness of institutional caring about the convictedjuvenile in Jordan The study aimed to identify the extent of a achieving the caring objectives in the centers ofeducating and rehabilitating the convicted juvenile in Jordan. The researcher used the comprehensive socialsurvey method and collected the date by the questionnaire and the records .The study population consisted of allworkers in the juvenile caring institutions who were(42) delivered into(3)institutions. It was clear that there wasweakness in the effectiveness of institutional caring for juvenile deviances resulted from problems facing thesociologist barring achieving his objectives. In addition to the dangers the workers face while dealing with suchjuvenile. Wright( 2009 )conducted a study about the social environment in the juvenile carining centers aimed atinvestigating the social environment inside such centers from the perspective of the residents and the workers.The study was applied on (16) juvenile residing in the center of wan asooki city . Their age was between (13-17)and on the workers who were (11) .The finding showed appositive feeling for the workers and the juvenile about respect and safety inside thecenter .Gatti , et al (2009) conducted another study about the effect of un purposeful caring errors in suiting thejuvenile . It aimed at investigating the negative effects resulting from the un purposeful errors because of givingthe juvenile legal punishments in it different shapes which cause negative out comes on their behaviors .Inaddition, it aimed to find out the most dangerous punishment on the behavior of the punished juvenile and tocheck the effect of the juvenile residence in the compulsory stay centers for the deviance juvenile with in theage (12-17) Montreal Canada. The data were collected about (7-9) juvenile youth. The researcher recommendedprecautions management that decreases the number of suited adolescent to control the effect of contagiousdeviance and to find out solutions for the problem of those juvenile .What distinguishes our study from the pervious ones?This study focused on identifying the juvenile point of view inside the reforming and rehabilitation centertowards the services presented to them in order to check the their satisfaction in order to change their thoughtabout the community and the social environment that pushed them for deviance .They offered them newservices that suit the developing of social life to make them capable of adapting with their social situation andmotivate them to work for their communities to be for away from deviance . As for the study of zaitoon (2008) it
  • 5. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201327focused on the extent of on effectiveness of on the institutional caring for the convicted juvenile . Therefore , therelation between the instituatios and the presented caring for the convicted juvenile was clear. The study ofwright (2009) focused on the social environment inside the center where there was respect feeling towards suchcenters ; whereas the study of Qatti ,et al (2009) focused on the precautions management to increase thepreventive deviancesPopulation of the study: The population of the study consisted of all the juvenile youth in Mohammad bin AlQasem center for reforming, rehabilitation and caring about the juvenile in Irbid governorate in Jordan in June inthe academic year2010/ 2011(the researcher could not identify their number for administrative reasons)Validity: the items of the instrument of (19) delivered into (4) domains . They were judged by a committee ofspecialists consisted of (11) .All their comments about the suitability of items to the domains and the language ofthe items were taken into consideration in modifying some items.Reliability: For verifying the instrument of the study , the researcher made a pilot study consisted of (13)juvenile .The internal harmony factor for the domains of the instrument and Cornbach Alpha were alone . Theinternal harmony factor for the domains were between ( 0.81_ 0.92) and for the instrument as a whole ,the Valuewas (0.86) .Statistical proceduresMean scores , standard deviations ,Totes for independent data , one variable Analysis test and Shafee test weredone.Discussion of the findings1- Results related of the first question:What is the assessment degree for the services presented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring center fromtheir own perspective ?To answer this question the mean scores and the standard deviations for the participants estimation towards theassessment of services presented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centers on the domains of the studyand the instrument as a whole were done It is shown in Table (2) .Table(2)Mean scores standard Deviations for the participants Estimation Towards the Assessment of services presentedBy the Juvenile Rehabilitation and caring centers.No Domain Mean score St. deviation Rank Caring degree1 Health care 4.68 41.0 first High2 Entertainment care 4.59 0.69 second High3 Professional care 4.31 0.58 Third High4 Educating care 3.73 0.64 fourth High5 Instrument as whole 4.31 0.38 _ HighTable (2) shows that the first domain " health care" got the first rank in a mean score of (4.68) and a standarddeviation of (0.41) .The fourth domain "entertainment domain" got the second rank in a mean score of (4.59) anda standard deviation of ( 0.69) .As for the third domain " educating domain " it came in the last rank in a meanscores of ( 3.73) and a standard deviation of (0.64) . The mean score for the participants estimations on theinstrument as a whole was ( 4.31) in a standard deviation of ( 0.38) which is equal to the estimation in a degreeof agreeable. The researcher attributed this to the permanent availability of a physician in the center treating theones in need according to the instructions of rehabilitation and reforming center in Jordan .In addition , suchcenters offer entertainment means , such as show sets and T.V sets in addition to sport halls for practicingdifferent activities. Moreover the presidents could have cassettes . But there is a lack for educating lecturers byspecialists and preachers in such centers . According to the Jordanian law of prisons they cared about isolationand classification according to sex , criminality degree for those residents in such centers. Mean scores andstandard deviations of the participants estimations for the items of the study domains were done as follows :First domain : health care the mean scores and standard deviations of the participants estimations to words theservice assessment presented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centers on the items of this domain areshown in Table (3).
  • 6. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201328Table(3)Mean Scores and Standard Deviations of the participants Estimations Towards the services assessmentpresented by the Juvenile Rehabilitation and caring centers .No. Items Mean score St. Deviation Rank4. Healthy food presented to the residents 4.87 0.54 First5. Clean and healthy public utilities are available 4.86 0.42 Second3. First aid is offered in emergency inside the center 4.81 0.57 Third1. A physician is permanently available in the center 4.64 0.76 Fourth2. The residents have monthly health checking up. 4.25 1.15 FifthDomain as a whole 4.68 0.41It is clear from Table (3) that item (4) that implies “healthy food is presented for the residents "came in the firstrank having a mean score of (4.87) and a standard deviation of ( 0.54) Item (5) that implies "clean and healthypublic utilities are available" got the second rank in mean score of (4.86) and a standard deviation of(0.42) .whereas item (2) that implies " the resident have monthly checking up" came in the last rank having amean score of (4.25) and a standard deviation of (1.15). The mean score of the participants estimations in thisdomain was (4.68) and the standard deviation was ( 0.41) which is equal to an agreeable degree.B_ Second domain : professional carethe mean score and standard deviations of the participants estimations towards the assessment of the servicespresented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centers for the items of this domain were as they are shown inTable (4).Table(4)Mean scores and standard Deviations of the participants Estimations Towards the Assessment of the servicespresented by the Juvenile Rehabilitation and caring centers.NoItems Mean score St. deviation Rank6 The juvenile youth are trained on different and usefulprofessions4.75 0.64 First10 The center plants the professional culture inside thoseresidents.4.75 0.55 Second9 The tendencies and desires of the residents areconsidered in their training.4.64 0.86 Third8 A coordination is with job owners for providing theresident jobs after leaving the center.3.89 1.21 Fourth7 The center mingle the residents with the communitythough the jobs they trained about.3.56 1.48 FifthDomain as a whole 4.31 0.58 -It is clear from Table (4) that item (6) that implies "the juvenile youth are trained on different useful professions"took the first rank in a mean score of (4.75) and a standard deviation of (0.64) .Item (10) that implies "the centerplants professional education inside the residents " got the second rank in a mean score of (4.75) and a standarddeviation .of (0.55), where eras item (7) which implies " the center mingles the residents with the communitythrough the job the trained on " came in the last rank havening a mean score of (3.56) and a standard deviation of( 1.48). The mean score of the participants estimations on this domain was (4.31) and the standard deviation of(0.58) which is equal to agreeable degree.E34E34- Third domain : Educating care. The mean scores and standarddeviations of the participants estimations to wards the assessment of services presented by the juvenilerehabilitation and caring center on the items of this domain are shown in Table (5).
  • 7. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201329Table(5)Mean Scores and Standard Deviations of the Participants Estimations Towards the Assessment of ServicesPresented by Juvenile Rehabilitation and Caring Centers.No Items MeanscoreSt.deviationRand11 The center offers to the residents educating lectures 2.75 1.36 Fourth12 The centers offers the residents by different educating leaflets 3.92 1.20 Second13 There is illiteracy classroom in the center 2.75 1.50 Fifth14 The residents joined the schools after their stay 4.44 0.93 First15 The residents are educated by their civil and legal rights after studyingtheir cases3.81 1.26 ThirdThe domain as a whole 3.73 0.64 -It is clear from Table (5) that item (14) that implies "the residents joined the schools after their stay " got the firstrank in a mean score of (4.44) and a standard derivation of ( 0.93) Item (12) that implies "the center offers theresidents by different educating leaflets "came in the second rank having a mean score of (3.92) and standarddeviation of (1.20) ,whereas item (13) that implies "there is illiteracy classroom in the center" got the last rankhaving a mean score of (2.75) and a standard deviation of (1.50) .The mean score of the participants estimationson this domain was (3.73) and a standard deviation of (0.64) which is equal to agreeable degree.D. Fourth domain : Entertainment careThe mean score and the standard deviation of the participants estimations towards the assessment of servicespresented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centers on the items of the domain are shown in Table (6).Table(6)Mean scores and standard Deviations of the participants Estimations Towards the Assessment of servicespresented by the Juvenile Rehabilitation and caring centers .No. Items Mean score St. deviation Rank18 Play gourds and sport halls are available inthe center.4.72 0.65 First16 Valid T.V sets are availailable in the center. 4.67 0.89 Second19 Entertainment programs are presented to theresidents4.56 0.80 third17 Entertainment means and activities areavailable in the center4.44 1.08 FourthThe domain as a whole 4.59 0.69 -It is clear from Table (6) that item (18) that implies " play grounds and sport halls are available in the center" gotthe first rank in a mean score of (4.72)and standard deviation of (0.65) .I tem (16) that implies "valid T.V sets areavailable" got the second rank in a mean score (4.67) and standard deviation of (0.89) . whereas item (17) thatimplies "entertainment means and activities are available" came in the last rank having a mean score of (4.44)and a standard deviation of (1.08) . The mean score of the participants estimations on this domain was (4.59) andstandard deviation of (0.69) which is equal to agreeable degree.2. Results related to the second question The second question implies "Are there any statistically significantdifferences in the assessment degree of the services presented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centerfrom the perspective of the juvenile themselves attributed to the academic qualification ? To answer thisquestion , the mean scores and standard deviations of the participants estimations towards the assessment ofservices presented by the juvenile rehabilitation and caring centers according to the a cadmic qualification It isshown in Table(7).
  • 8. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201330Table(7)Mean scores and standard Deviations of the participants Estimations Towards the Assessment of servicespresented by the juvenile Rehabilitation and caring centers According to the Academic Qualification.Domain Academic qualification No. Mean score St. deviationHealth care Doesnt read or write 11 4.87 0.42Basic stage 25 4.20 0.39Professional care Doesnt read or write 11 4.25 0.67Basic stage 25 4.43 0.55Educating care Doesnt read or write 11 3.75 0.65Basic stage 25 3.73 0.65Entertainment care Doesnt read or write 11 4.70 0.56Basic stage 25 4.55 0.75Instrument as a whole Doesnt read or write 11 4.38 0.43Basic stage 25 4.29 0.36It is clear from Table (7) that there are apparent differences among the mean scores of the male and femaleteachers estimation on the study domain and the instrument as a whole . To limit the statistically significantlevels for such differences T. test was used. It is shown , in Table (8).Table(8)Test Results for Mean Scores Differences of the teachers Estimations Towards Mixing handicapped students inpublic schools in the North of Saudi Arabia According to Academic Qualification.Domain Academic qualification MeanscoreSt.deviationFreedomdegreeT_valueStatistical degreereferenceHealth care Does not read or write 4.87 0.42 34 2.354 0.03Basic stage 4.20 0.39Professional care Does not read or write 4.25 0.67 34 0.417 0.68Basic stage 4.43 0.55Educating care Does not read or write 3.75 0.65 34 0.74 0.94Basic stage 3.73 0.65EntertainmentcareDoes not read or write 4.70 0.56 34 0.609 0.54Basic stage 55.4 0.75Instrument as awholeDoes not read or write 4.38 0.43 34 0.609 0.54Basic stage 4.29 0.36It is clear from Table (8) that there were no statistically significant differences at ( 0.05) in all domains of thestudy and the instrument as a whole attributed to the variable academic qualification according to theparticipants estimations except for the health care in favor of the estimation of those who do not read or write.The researcher attributed that because the category that doesn’t read or write consider the services presented tothem suitable . whereas the category of basic stage education their services do not meet their needs or ambitionsalthough the instructions of the rehabilitation centers imply having a physician twice a week to follow up theresidents health affair for both categories .The result related to the third question: The third question implies Arethere any statistically significant differences in the assessment degree of the services presented by the juvenilerehabilitation centers from the perspective of the juvenile themselves attributed to the variable of the stay ?.Themeans and standard deviations were done for the participants about the services assessment presented by therehabilitation centers a cording to the variable of stay . It is shown in
  • 9. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201331Table(9)St. deviationmeansNumberStay periodDomainNO.0.294.267Less than monthHealth care1.0.434.7322One month to six month0.404.877More than six month0.664.207Less than monthVocationalcare2.0.554.3322One month to six month0.6734.407More than six month0.593.547Less than monthEducationalcare3.0.623.7222One month to six month0.753.977More than six month0.304.107Less than monthEntertainmentcare4.0.824.4522One month to six month0.374.927More than six month0.234.227Less than monthThe instrument as awhole0.434.3022One month to six month0.294.487More than six monthTable (9) shows apparent differences among the means of the participants estimations on the domains of the stayand the instrument as a whole .To find out the level of statistical reference for those differences One wayvariance Test was used .It is shown in Table (10)
  • 10. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 201332Table (10)Results of way variance Test for the participants estimation Towards Assessing the services presented by theRehabilitation centers According to the stay Period variableStatisticalreferencef-valueMeans ofsquaresFreedomdegreeTotal ofsquaresSource of varianceDomain0.0017.2601.22722.455Between groupsHealth care0.169335.575Within groups358.030Total0.8170.2030.07320.146Between groupsVocational care0.3603311.884Within groups3512.030total0.4650.7830.32820.656Between groupsEducating care0.4190.3313.824Within groups3514.480total0.0045.4192.58525.169Between groupsEntertainmentcare0.4773315.740Within groups3520.910total0.4190.8920.13220.264Between groupsThe instrumentas a whole0.148334.888Within groups355.152TotalTable (10) shows no statistically significant differences at (0.05) for all domains of instrument and the instrumentas a whole attributed to the stay period variable except for the domains of health care and entertainment careaccording to the participants estimations. To identify the sources of those difference Schaffer-test was used .It isshown in table (11)Table (11)More than sixmonthsOne month to six month Less than onemonthStay period DomainHealth care Means 4.26 4.73 4.87Less than one month 4.26 0.47 0.61One month to six month 3.73 0.14More than six month 4.87Domain Stay period Means 4.10 4.45 4.92EntertainmentcareLess than one month 4.10 0.35 *0.82One month to six month 4.45 0.47More than six month 4.92*statistical reference at the level(0.05)Table (11) shows statistically significant differences among the means of the estimations of those of the stayperiod (less than one month)and among the estimations of those of the stay period (more than six months ) infavor of those of the stay period (more than six months.The researcher attributed this as those of the period stay more than six months have got familiarity with therehabilitation centers unlike those of little stay period and still find differences in their feelings towards the stayinside the centers and outside it. It is also attributed to the psychological expectations for those juvenile.Recommendations
  • 11. Journal of Education and Practice www.iiste.orgISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online)Vol.4, No.8, 2013331-.Supporting and developing the psychological and social services care for the deviance juvenile throughestablishing care institutions and specialized national committees in addition to providing such institutions thesuitable facilities and services.2.Sharing the family ,school and the social and psychological institutions in rehabilitation those deviants andcombination them in the community.3.Cooperating with mass media to educate the community about the danger and the phenomenon of juveniledeviance and its reasons and ways of prevention.4.Modernizing the legislations and laws that deal with those juvenile to cope with the world rights for thejuvenile as being issued by the guidance principles of the united Nations for preventing the juvenile deviance.5.Planning and coordinating with the centers managers and job donators to provide those young men suitablework after leaving the rehabilitation centers.References1-Abu Amer,Mohamad Zaki and Al shali, Fatouh Abdullah(2000)Criminality and punishment. Munshat AlMaref Eskendariya.2-Al Ali, Hussein (2005) Caring the juvenile. Dar Al Malaah for publication. Amman: Jordan.3-Al Ghazawi ,Fahmi(1988)Opinions of Rehabilitation center stairs about their Criminal status and their caringin the Rehabilitation center in Jordan Damascus university magazine n.(4) 20-644-Al Magali, Abdel Hadi (1987)Towards a modern Security Institution. Directorate of General Securit,Amman:Jordan.5-Al Mansouri, Ibrahim(2005).Dividing the Effectiveness of psychological caring in the Juvenile caringInstitutions in UAE from the perspective of the workers and the parents unpublished M.A. Thesis yarmoukuniversity, Irbid : Jordan.6-Al Shurafi, Ali Hasan(1998)Criminality and punishment .Al Afaq for Publication.7-Fagon,J(1993) Symposium on the Future of Research and Delinquency Journal of research in Crime andDelinquency .34(3)8-Gloom, Abdallah Hussein (2005)caring about Deviant Juvenile in the Gulf countries The Arab magazineVl.19(2) pp 65-849-Irfaitfeh , Ayed Awed (2002) Causes of Juvenile Delinquency in Jordan Unpublished Master thesis Universityof Microfilms International.10-Naifah, Jebreel (2004),The community and Juvenile problems. DarAl shuruq for publications. Cairo:Egypt.11-Skititka, Linda (1999) Crime Classification and Social Facilities in Juvenile Delinquency. Mc Grew HillInc .London.12-Ternn , y (2004) Juvenile Delinquency.1st Ed Jonathan Press .New York.USA13-Zaitoon, Mustafa (2008).The Effectiveness of Seasonal Caring for Convicted Juvenile in Jordan UnpublishedM.A Thesis ,University of Jordan. Amman .Jordan.14-Whitely,K (2004) Learning Indolence .Ellyn, and Bacon ,Inc London, Sydney15-Wright,K.G (2009) A measure of the Social Climate of Juvenile Rehabilitation Center Doctorate thesis, NewEngland University, United States.
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